airway's 8:20 flight to tripoli from johannesburg and, from the wreckage, it's hard to imagine how anyone survived. but one little boy did, believed to be dutch and ten years old. rushed to a hospital, he's in stable condition tonight with broken bones in his legs and feet. his only words, the doctors said, were "holland, holland." from passports littered in the debris, libyan rescue workers knew right away the plane had been filled with foreigners headed home. many were european, vacation travelers taking advantage of cut-rate fares on a libyan flight. the biggest group was headed here to dusseldorf. 61 of the dead were dutch tourists, libya says this wasn't terrorism, there was no volcanic ash, and the weather was clear. but with last june's fatal crash of an air france airbus still a mystery, the interest in the flight recorders recovered in tripoli tonight couldn't possibly be more urgent.